Easy every day living is a priority at Stockland, which is why our homes are designed with generous proportions in all the right places.
To do this we design to the Livable Housing Australia (LHA) guidelines, Silver Standard, which ensure homes are easy to get around and to adjust to everyone’s needs.
“This is important as a home is often our biggest lifetime investment, so it’s essential it serves our needs beyond day one and through all stages of life,” says Sophie Pickett-Heaps, Co-Head of Design at Stockland.
LHA design features improve access to the home, navigational space within the home and provide a more comfortable living environment. This means the homes have been designed to meet the needs of growing families, aging residents and people with disabilities, injuries, and life-changing circumstances.
5 ways your LHA designed home meets your (ever-changing) needs
Generous space, great impression
Simple principles like wider entry and hallways make moving about the home easier, but also create a greater sense of space. Not to mention make great first impressions. With a minimum spatial standard, you and everyone who visits will feel the generosity of the design as soon as you step foot in the door.
“We know a substantial entry and hallways create a generous sense of space for the whole home,” says Sophie. “It has a positive psychological impact and a lasting impression”
Our LHA Designed Homes have generous space in all the right places which means they are practical for everybody
‘The LHA Standard ensures the home incorporates key easy living features and comfortable spaces; A home which can accommodate the changing needs that life brings.’ says SophieQuick facts
A home designed to LHA guidelines means:
No matter what stage of life, or what your needs are, LHA homes are have generous proportions in all the right places, making them easier to access, navigate and live in. And when life’s circumstances change, they’re more cost-effective to adapt.
With a minimal spatial standard, you and everyone who visits will feel the generosity of the design as soon as you step foot in the door. - Sophie Pickett-Heaps